One of the most intense recruiting processes in recent memory ended on
Monday night as Duke earned another commitment from the class
One of the most intense recruiting processes in
recent memory ended on Tuesday morning as Ndudi Ebi
picked the Arizona Wildcats over Duke, Texas, and Houston at a 10 AM press
conference from Westbury Christian High School in Houston.
Ebi, who had not revealed his decision to
anyone prior to the official announcement, ended this bizarre recruiting saga
this morning when he announced that he "would be an Arizona Wildcat."
The seventh ranked player in the class of 2003
according to Rivals told Prepstars.com that no one knew about the
decision and that's how he wanted it. "I've thought about this really hard
over the last few months," said Ebi, "now my dreams are finally coming true."
With Ebi now off the board, the Blue Devils are
likely to turn all the recruiting focus to 6-foot-7 Luol Deng
of Blair Academy. Deng, who is considered the best college bound player in
the class, will be on campus during the weekend of the Blue-White game for his
final official visit. During that weekend the Blue Devil staff will hope
to add Deng to the commitment of 6-foot-9 Kris
Humphries of Minnesota.